With over 60-million visitors each year, New York is one of the largest tourist destinations around the world, no wonder it’s known as the “city that never sleeps”! New York has the most Michelin star-rated restaurants in all of America, and is home to many high-end shops such as Oscar De La Renta, Chanel, Prada, Alexander McQueen and much more, this city is a haven for shoppers!
New York is also full of high-end hotels, for those looking for a bit of a smaller vibe there are many boutique hotels to choose from, located in all neighborhoods of Manhattan, you will be able to find that perfect boutique hotel to fit your style and needs!
The Greenwich Hotel is located in one of New York City’s most desirable neighborhoods, Tribeca, the Triangle Beneath Canal Street, at the corner of Greenwich and North Moore Street. A few blocks south of Soho, a few blocks north of the World Trade Center area, and just one block from the Hudson River Park.
The hotel opened in 2008 and was conceived by Ira Drukier and Robert De Niro along with their partners, Richard Born and Raphael De Niro. Following the devastation of 9/11, Robert De Niro established the Tribeca Film Festival to help revitalize the area, and felt a hotel was needed.
The design of the hotel was intended to give the appearance of a home which has evolved over many years using repurposed materials and different design elements. Created with high regard for comfort and hand-crafted beauty featuring 88 rooms, of which, no two are alike.
The Greenwich Hotel has thirteen suites, of which, feature two duplex Penthouses along with a Penthouse that sits atop the hotel, which was designed by interior designer and art dealer, Axel Vervoordt.
Locanda Verde, created by Andrew Carmellini, a James Beard award-winning chef, has been adopted as a favorite amongst their neighbors.
The restaurant is a casual neighborhood Italian Inn serving Chef Carmellini’s riffs on Italian cooking. Additionally, they have Shibui Spa, a true haven for relaxation and rejuvenation, which houses a lantern-lit swimming pool and lounge, under the roof of a 260-year old wood and bamboo framework of a farmhouse that has been reconstructed in the hotel by Japanese craftsmen, some of whom are “Living National Treasures” of Japan. There are five treatment rooms, as well as a serene and calming space to relax before or after your treatments.
Located in New York’s Upper East Side at the corner of Madison Avenue and 77th Street, The Mark combines avant-garde design with the latest technology and old-world comfort.
Drawing on the expertise of an extraordinary group of talents that includes legendary French designer Jacques Grange, Michelin-star chef Jean Georges Vongerichten, celebrity hairstylist Frederic Fekkai and master perfumer Frederic Malle, The Mark is known worldwide for an exceptional level of personal service and an unprecedented list of amenities.
The Mark was recently voted #1 Hotel in New York and #1 City Hotel in the Continental United States by Travel & Leisure.
The Mark offers 24/7 room service and picnics in Central Park from The Mark Restaurant chef Jean Georges Vongerichten, 24/7 private shopping at Bergdorf Goodman, and access to The Mark Sailboat, a 70-foot historic Herreshoff available to sail around New York harbor, among many other extraordinary amenities that are part of #LifeAtTheMark.
Established in 1927, The Lowell is one of the last privately-owned hotels in the city. Now under the visionary leadership of Co-Owner and Design Director Dina De Luca Chartouni, The Lowell continues to be the New York hotel of choice for “in the know” world travelers, especially following a US$25 million transformation of the public areas overseen by Michael Smith and Mark Pinney.
The beautiful landmarked hotel on East 63rd Street, between Madison and Park Avenues, is a short stroll from New York City’s best shopping and just blocks from Central Park. Situated amongst the most exclusive addresses on the Upper East Side, The Lowell is the picture of classic New York elegance.
Sixty percent of the hotel is dedicated to spacious suites, furnished with the comforts of a stylish pied-à-terre; luxurious terraces, kitchens, wood-burning fireplaces, and concierge services to cater to your every whim.
The Lowell is home to a stylish restaurant, Marjorelle and Bar, Jacques both of which are inspired by the iconic Yves Saint Laurent gardens in Marrakech. Named after Jacques Majorelle, creator of Yves Saint Laurent’s iconic gardens in Marrakech. Majorelle was launched by renowned French restaurateur Charles Masson and features a gorgeous garden, which breathes life and light into the restaurant – an oasis in the city. The iconic Majorelle blue and vibrant yellows, exotic plants, palm fronds, orchids, fruit trees and illuminated fountains create a unique indoor-outdoor feel, and express Masson’s love of flowers and plants.
The menu features French classics with Mediterranean influences and include the likes of: foie gras with warm apple sauce, veal sweetbreads, mâche salad and truffles and tagine of baby vegetables with Midi herbs. Majorelle is also one of a select few restaurants in New York with its own brassiere, dedicated solely to preparing fine broths, sauces and soups, not to mention an oven reserved only for soufflés – promising to deliver the perfect dessert every time.
All of these New York boutique hotels offer their clients the attention to detail and service that one would expect for a luxury property. And, all are Hotel Partners with The Luxury Travel Agency.
A little bit about The Luxury Travel Agency. We are a boutique agency based in Toronto which specializes in luxury travel. We can do anything from a simple hotel booking to complete Trip Consultation and Planning. We partner with over 2,000 of the best luxury hotels and resorts around the world which means we can offer our clients an array of added amenities and benefits such as:
The amenities and benefits vary from property to property, but we always do our best to get you the most value for your money and make sure your stay is as perfect as possible.